2016 Art Detour Offers Downtown Visitors a Visual Feast

2016 Art Detour Offers Downtown Visitors a Visual Feast

The streets of downtown Phoenix were filled with paintings, giant sculptures, and colorful piñatas all weekend during the Art Detour. The once-a-year event featured a numerous exhibitions, open studios, and hands-on activities that connected the artists with community members. The event took place at a variety of locations including Roosevelt Row, Heard Museum, Grand Avenue, and the Phoenix Art Museum. All photos by Alexandra Gaspar.


The streets of downtown Phoenix were filled with paintings, giant sculptures, and colorful piñatas all weekend during the Art Detour. The once-a-year event featured a numerous exhibitions, open studios, and hands-on activities that connected the artists with community members. The event took place at a variety of locations including Roosevelt Row, Heard Museum, Grand Avenue, and the Phoenix Art Museum. All photos by Alexandra Gaspar.
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